Useful Hints | Basics - Pathway Game Guide - MGW: Video Game Guides, Cheats, Tips and Tricks

Useful Hints | Basics – Pathway Game Guide

Useful Hints | Basics - Pathway Game Guide

  • Every member of your party can perform two actions in one turn. There are three types of actions; Attack, Move and Neutral. Attack and Move can only be done once a turn, neutral up to two.


  • Use walls and large objects to your advantage as they break the line of sight.


  • You can perform your actions during battle in any order!


  • Keep an eye on your ammo and fuel count. If you run out of either resource you will be in trouble.


  • A character begins with a unique set of skills. As they gain experience and level up they will be able to unlock new perks and skills.


  • Medkits restore health and revive unconscious characters. Repairkits restore armor.


  • Self your unused items at the trader by right-clicking them. The cash will come in handy later!


  • Every weapon and armor type has a unique special ability that can make the difference between success and failure!


  • Hovering over a location on the exploration map will reveal some basic information about that location.


  • If you are at a location that can be revisited (such as a trader), simply click on it again to revisit.


  • Knives have the highest damage potential in the game. You must however expose yourself by moving close!


  • Rifles allow you to Burst Attack. A burst will spread across multiple tiles in a line and damage any units within.


  • Some battle locations contain explosive barrels. Shoot them and they will explode causing damage to surrounding enemies.


  • Heavy Armors allow your character to Hunker Down. It temporarily reduces all damage taken!


  • Resting places, traders and recruiting events can be revisited.


  • You can use medkits outside of battle by right-clicking them on the team screen.


  • Pistols have the special ability Double Shot. This performs a hip shot at two enemies in rapid succession!


  • Sniper Rifles can be used to set an Ambush. An enemy moving or planning to attack within the ambush area will be attacked!


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